A quaint fishing village holds this treasured rocky beach. Tourists come for the views of the Sierra Madre Mountains and the ... More
A quaint fishing village holds this treasured rocky beach. Tourists come for the views of the Sierra Madre Mountains and the ocean, as well as for great water activities. Snorkeling is popular on the south side of the peninsula where the waters are clear and calm. Come to relax and watch the amazing sunset on the waters of the Pacific as the waves roll in. This beach is a calm place to come and collect yourself during a hectic vacation.
Super resort: great beaches, fantastic pool, service-service-service, very nice rooms, superb golf course. All comes at a price but worth it. My wife and I celebrated our 10-year anniversary there and thought it was one of the nicest resorts we have ever been too and we will definitely go back. The only cons: (1) 2 days we were there the tide brought in jellyfish which prohibited getting in the ocean(2) sometimes the pool service was slow. Other than that, this has all the luxuries amenities and service you would expect from the Four Seasons in an awesome setting. Do's: play golf, the course is cheap given its as good as it gets. I've played Pebble, Torre Pines, Sawgrass - this course ranks in this caliber. Eat at Vino's in town - maybe the best Italian food outside of Tuscany. Dont's: Don't do the "dinner on the Rock". Too gimmicky, cheesy, and expensive. The Four Seasons has a theme night every night right down on the beach and you don't have to pay an outrageous amount to have a dinner on the beach secluded atop a rock with personal service.
Punta Mita has amazing beaches and the water is warm and azure, as advertised. Most of the good stuff is for the super rich staying at the Four Seasons and the luxury villas are out of this world fabulous
but there is still a small fishing village feel to the area called Anclote where the surfing break and beach restaurants are.
This valley is literally a natural history museum for its conservation of the ruins of 12 sugar mills from the
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Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe is famous for the fact that a man named Juan Diego claimed to have
had a vision of the Virgin Mary in 1531. The image of the Virgin can be found at the ...
Inaugurated in 1655, this sober looking Baroque church was once part of the Real Convento de la Concepción, a religious
center founded by the first bishop of Mexico (Fray Juan de Zumárraga). It is also famous for being the ...